If someone wants to make sure you got their concept right, they should notify the artist in advance that they want to see a "rough draft". If he didn't request to see one, well tough on him, he was paying you $10 fucking dollars.
Thank you, well Ive been working in a few companies freelance over the last years, but I cant say that I'm really that experienced. Yet I lowered the prices to almost nothing because I just wanted to get some commissions going to fill up my DA profile with some examples. Learned my lesson now >.>
This would explain quite a bit actually. Who on earth expects revisions from a commission if they don't specify it beforehand? Also, if it is being used for some kind of other project, shouldn't there be another fee attached? Bah.
I would think if they are planning to use it in anything they must give credit to OP for the design. A commission should not need revisions at all, people should say exactly what kind of thing they want and get whatever the OP does. I mean you can say you won't pay for it unless some things are adjusted but to pay for it and THEN demand revisions? This guy is crude
Hahahahahah he actually wants his money back? Seriously? I guess it'd be okay for him to be that demanding if he were paying you more, but seeing as he took two weeks to get to you and is complaining, that's just not cool.